After having had to flee her own home in Malibu because of the raging California wildfires, Lady Gaga stopped by a nearby Red Cross shelter to cheer up some of her fellow evacuees.
TMZ reports that the "A Star is Born" actress and singer spent 90 minutes at a Red Cross shelter at Pacific Palisades High School Sunday night.
The star, who is well-known for speaking out on mental health issues including her own, urged the displaced residents to take advantage of the counselors on the premises and to "share your stories and talk to each other during this time."
She said, "I extend my love ... I know we do not know each other, but I love you. This is an emergency, but you are not alone."
She reportedly handed out handed out gift cards, and even sang to a 98-year-old woman who'd been evacuated.
She told the crowd, "Let's keep the faith, together."
One of the uniformed officers there, Mack Dugger, shared a photo with Lady Gaga to Instagram.
Her home in Malibu has reportedly survived the Woolsey Fire, which has so far burned 96,314 acres, according to LA County's official site.
As they note on their site: "If you are affected by the Woolsey or Hill fires, the Thousand Oaks mass shooting, or both, you can call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 for emotional support and resources."
[Via TMZ, LACounty.gov]